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leveraged buyout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleveraged buyoutˌleveraged ˈbuyout noun [countable] technical 🔊 🔊 when someone borrows money to buy all or most of the stock of a company by promising to pay the bank back by selling the company’s assets if they cannot pay back the money they borrowed
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leveraged buyoutIn 1989, after several years of lagging profits, Lechmere changed hands as a result of a management-led leveraged buyout.During the 1980s, the phrases leveraged buyout and management buyout echoed all over Wall Street.
From Longman Business Dictionaryleveraged buyoutˌleveraged ˈbuyoutFINANCE when a person or organization buys a company using a loan borrowed against the company’s assets, some of which may then be sold to pay off the loanWith debt taken on in a $4.9 billion leveraged buyout, the company could not afford to pay all its bills. buyout
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